No wonder the city of Stockton is one of California's fastest growing and award-winning communities. Its dynamic, multi-ethnic and multi-cultural population of 260,000 enjoys an excellent quality of life and exquisite surroundings.
The city of over 100,000 trees is situated along the San Joaquin Delta waterway connecting to San Francisco Bay and Sacramento and San Joaquin Rivers. You'll find a number of beautiful residential communities along waterways, with single-family homes only about one-third the price of homes in the Bay Area.
And there's more: Stockton is becoming an even better place to live. A huge downtown revitalization effort is under way as the city undergoes a remarkable economic expansion. Projects along the waterfront include an indoor arena, baseball stadium, hotel and conference center, luxury condominiums, retail outlets and more.
Like the outdoors? Locally, there's kayaking, canoeing, houseboating, fishing, camping, golfing to name a few of the most popular activities. And you're only one to one and a half hours away from beach and mountain activities.
Enjoy culture? The city has its own symphony and opera company and hosts ethnic festivals throughout the year. You can visit museums or take in the theatre, too.
Interested in professional sports? Stockton has four major sports teams: California Cougars Soccer, Stockton Thunder Hockey, Stockton Lightning Arena2 Football and Stockton Ports Minor Baseball Team.
Also in Stockton you'll find first-rate shopping, an Olympic-size skating rink and much more for all ages to enjoy.
Stockton is within close proximity to world-famous scenic attractions including California Coast, San Francisco, Lake Tahoe and Yosemite National Park. More specifically, the city is 60 miles east of San Francisco Bay Area, 83 miles east of San Francisco and 45 miles south of Sacramento, the capital of California.